The pilot project is being completed in two phases between October 2014 and June 2015.
In Phase I (Oct. 2014 – Jan. 2015), the project team completed the following tasks:
Literature Review: Completed a review of best practices for inventorying and prioritizing pedestrian and bicycle improvements. Click here to view the Literature Review Memo.
Stakeholder Interviews: Gathered input from hundreds of stakeholders by hosting over 30 meetings with Metro, city and county staff, advocacy organizations, state and local pedestrian & bicycle advisory committees, neighborhood groups, and others. Click here to view the Stakeholder Feedback Summary Memo.
Existing Facilities Inventory: Collected field data to update ODOT’s inventory of existing pedestrian and bicycle facilities (e.g. sidewalks, bike lanes, paths) on Region 1 highways. Click here to view a map of ODOT Region 1 highways. This updated inventory data will eventually be incorporated into ODOT’s statewide database.
Gaps & Deficiencies Inventory: Reviewed local adopted plans to identify desired walking and biking improvements on ODOT highways. Reviewed inventory data to identify locations where sidewalks or bike facilities are missing or do not meet ODOT standards (e.g. too narrow, in poor condition).
In Phase II (Feb. – June 2015), the project team will evaluate needs from Phase I and create a framework for identifying projects to advance as future funding opportunities become available.
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